An official at the University of California at Santa Barbara, where a professor faces charges for an alleged attack on a pro-life advocate, is calling such campus visitors “provocateurs” and warning students to beware of those “proselytizers hawking intolerance in the name of religious belief.”
The harsh words come from Michael D. Young, a vice chancellor, who dispatched a memo for “widest distribution.”
It follows the alleged attack by Mireille Miller-Young, who teaches pornography, queer theory and black film at the tax-payer subsidized school.
She was accused of misdemeanor theft, battery and vandalism after allegedly stealing and destroying an anti-abortion sign and assaulting a teen girl who tried to retrieve it.
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